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Heaven's Door (2013)

Doorway to Heaven (original title)
PG | | Family | 12 April 2013 (France)
After her grandfather dies, a girl discovers a portal into another dimension.

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Kaden Billin ...
Mark Brocksmith ...
Delivery Van Driver
Annalaya Brown ...
Little Girl
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Kirstin Dorn ...
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Anna Harris ...
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Grace Hunter ...
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Jakob Hunter ...
Walter
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Ben Wilson (as Tommy Duane Lister)
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After her grandfather dies, a girl discovers a portal into another dimension.

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Rated PG for mild thematic elements
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This movie is both set in and filmed on location in Vineyard, UTAH which is right next to the City of Orem, both of which are in Utah County. The interior and exterior scenes in the movie of the Vineyard Town Hall Office is the actual office for the Town of Vineyard Council. See more »

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Political correctness
29 September 2016 | by (02668) – See all my reviews

I was disappointed to see this movie do as most others do in leaving out the one true God and any glory being given to Jesus Christ and God. Scenes where true Christians would ask Jesus for help were replaced with people seeming to pray to deceased grandfather and giving healing glory to him too. A hospital scene had a blind man healed by a gifted girl crying and asking the girl's parents to "believe in the girl". Not God. The girl. It was like Jesus and God were hidden from any part of the movie. Even the very last scene had the gifted girl whispering in her grandmother's ear on who helped her in a brief visit to heaven. Like "Jesus" could not be implied or mentioned. NO GLORY to God. This fear of showing belief in Jesus Christ and true faith is growing in the world and the U.S. rapidly, and in real life. Disappointed to see it in what could have been great movie.


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